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Lonzo Ball makes history as youngest player ever with a triple-double

Lonzo Ball had a record night notching a triple-double with 19 points 12 rebounds and 13 assists to become the youngest player ever with double digits in three statistical categories, effectively breaking the previous record set by LeBron James.

Ball was 20 years and 15 days old on his record night, surpassing Jame’s previous record at 20 years 20 days in 2005.


Ball added three steals and four blocks to his stellar night but was unable to lead the Lakers past the Bucks in a 90-98 loss. Kyle Kuzma led the Lakers in scoring with 21 points, adding 11 rebounds, while Julius Randle scored 17 points and grabbed 9 rebounds.

The Lakers are now 5-8 (win-loss) on the season and five games behind, following the loss to the Milwaukee Bucks.

Giannis Antetokounmpo led the Bucks with 33 points and 15 rebounds.

 

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Adekunle Binuyo
Just a fanatical hoop head lost in the art and science of the game.
Adekunle Binuyo
Adekunle Binuyo

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Just a fanatical hoop head lost in the art and science of the game.

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